a digital magazine designed to inspire and enable more purposeful travel experiences.
Pursuits is the way we at Enterprise communicate our values on travel. At the very heart of it, a pursuit is deliberate and active. It's the intangible that drives us to seek more. It forces us to think deeper. It compels us to take time over the details. A pursuit can be of heart, of the mind or lived out at the side of a road. At Enterprise, we're here to help inspire and enable your pursuits, wherever they may lead.
Exploring the subjects and experiences that fuel the desire to travel.
Rich culture, great seafood and lively music distinguish this Nova Scotia journey from all others.
The classic novel "Anne of Green Gables" is set here, but that's only part of the island's allure.
Canada’s smallest province has the largest concentration of lighthouses.
This Canadian hot spot welcomes newcomers all year long.
Don’t just talk about going the long way; take it.
It’s a fun day trip from the Canadian hotspot, but don’t expect solitude and tranquility.
A pie lover eats her way through the Hoosier state.
A back-roads investigation of the Hoosier state’s spooky side.
The fastest way isn’t always the best way.
People are discovering the origins of their food.
From New Orleans to the Northeast, one foodie sets out to explore the sweet beyond.
New Brunswick’s resort town is a great getaway for a family vacation or romantic weekend.
New Brunswick’s coastal communities live with the pulse of the ocean, which provides an unforgettable experience.
Maine’s inlets, bays and islands hold countless wonders and mysteries.
This scenic region runs north from San Francisco through Redwoods National and State Parks along Highway 101.
From camping to biking to hiking, there's plenty to do on Cumberland Island. Check out our favorite activities.
These literary spots offers a unique experience in addition to a good read.
Find out which Louisville restaurants are shining stars in the ever-growing food scene, from Southern classics to Kentucky bourbon.
The only national park in the Northeast has stunning fall scenery and unique carriage roads.
These art galleries seem to fly under the radar but are definitely worth the trip.
These spots satisfy your cravings before and after your stay on Cumberland Island.
Bigger cities such as New York or Los Angeles are well-known for their galleries, but here are five that might surprise you.
The All-American road traverses slickrock and features a petrified forest, a beautiful waterfall and gourmet dining.
Rise of food and culture scene fills void left by loss of stadium.
Small town mixes creative culture — vegan cafes, art galleries, funky coffee shops — with traditional honky-tonk bars.
The Boardwalk draws crowds to the beach, but visitors also enjoy other entertainment.
The quaint town offers a bounty of seafood, a scenic shoreline and even a house made of paper.
Historic city offers charm and a wonderful crab rice dish.
Beaufort, Seabrook and Ravenel make great stops on the way to Charleston.
The Sea Islands of South Carolina offer exciting coastal cuisine, including Gullah soul food.
About 200,000 people visit annually, but the buildings have no residents.
Ghost town’s heartbreak creates colorful characters.
Solitude and stunning vistas prevail in one of America’s least visited parks.
Small town Fredericksburg is in the center of the famous Texas Hill Country.
See how a couple takes advantage of "second legs" on their journeys.
Utah's national parks are beautiful during the day and turn to a whole new magnificent spectacle at night. Explore these photographs and see for yourself.
Outdoor activities include kayaking and zip lining.
Forward-thinking farmers and artists create a hidden gem.
Peaceful drive includes historical hotel and resplendent mansion.
Hikers are rewarded with breathtaking views.
Thanksgiving dinner goes gourmet in Toronto restaurants.
Get a taste of the 1800s at Toronto’s Black Creek Historic Brewery.
Uncover the history of Canadian Thanksgiving.
Intimate accounts of people and their unique bond with travel.
She rekindled the flame in Washington, D.C., and then found the best joints in town.
Baby back ribs, pulled pork, chicken, turkey and brisket satisfy smoked-meat urge.
Backyard-barbecue fanatics and serious road-warriors can take their passion for wood-smoked meats to the next level.
For almost half a century, a group of high school buddies have bonded on the water.
After 50 years of enjoying the water, our author reveals his favorite river journeys.
Missouri’s newest state park has a lodge that makes a great base for exploring.
After suffering loss, a lifelong traveler reconnects with relatives and creates lasting memories.
All the destinations are beautiful and within a day’s drive.
Northern Indiana is home to a host of businesses that produce coveted handmade products.
Explore the mountains with some new furry pals.
Adam Alexander shares what he loves about his home in North Haven. Read about what he's learned from living on the tiny island in Maine.
People form travel friendships at home while pursuing personal passions.
An apparel designer and architectural artist learn to appreciate their home by spending time away.
Six family members immerse themselves in nature and attempt to bond.
A self-taught biologist campaigns to preserve wilderness on Georgia's largest barrier island.
For a community like Haines — population 2,508 at last count — the best way to really understand it is through its people.
Trek through the Southwest results in coveted Stetson.
Exploring the subjects and experiences that fuel the desire to travel.
Visitors come from around the world to find seashell treasure.
Nearby Captiva and Fort Myers also offer chances for lasting memories.
From Bay St. Louis to Ocean Springs, local artists create world-class ceramics.
Discover great places to eat and browse pottery in New Orleans and along the Gulf Coast.
Pottery lessons are a fun way to relax and get creative on the Gulf Coast.
Hawaii’s natural beauty is the perfect setting to slow down.
Challenging drive leads to beautiful vistas and simple food.
Surf town has a mix of delicious dives and stellar fine dining.
No matter which you choose, the Hatch chile delivers big flavor.
Coffee purveyors in the desert city provide a haven for communities.
Head to Northeast dairy country for some of America’s finest cheeses.
Legendary resorts ensure a relaxing journey.
Adventurous activity reminds author of childhood spent in Russia.
Hit the road for a taste of classic fried chicken, sometimes with a twist.
Glamping is a more luxurious form of traditional camping that still allows you to connect with nature.
Chocolate has been building to its coffee moment.
Utah's first national park spawns creativity in visitors.
Social media is spreading news of new dining options and accommodating restaurants.
One hat typifies the connections made through buying and selling old items.
West Texas' dry climate and sparse population create ideal conditions.
From outdoor activities, to sustainable farming and top-notch seafood restaurants, the Seattle area offers visitors a unique flavor of the Northwest.
Globe hunting at flea markets is just part of the travel adventure.
Art, music and restaurant scene offers weekend fun.
Pizza lovers flock to farm in Arkville, New York.
Head back to nature and visit Growing Heart Farm in Pawling, New York, to investigate the growing trend of the farmhand vacation.
Travel in Ohio to explore the fascinating relationship between edible bugs, gourmet food and future sustainability.
The Canadian province is an unlikely source for world-class sparkling wine.
A Canadian writer recalls her fruit-foraging childhood.
Tall sailing ships, good food and historical walks are among the highlights of a visit to this charming Nova Scotia town.